Monday, 12 December 2011


PCD Maltron Ltd., d.b.a. Maltron, is a architect of ergonomic special-needs keyboards, founded by South African-born artist Lilian Malt, the namesake of the company1, and architect Stephen Hobday. Maltron specialises in authoritative keyboards for the blockage and etiological (root cause) analysis of repetitive ache injury.

Maltron articles several models of keyboards, in capricious levels of adaptation. Lilian Malt's aboriginal apparatus and the company's flagship architecture (Types L and E) is the best awful adapted; it incorporates a arced apparent for the keyboard, in which the keys' angles are staggered to atone for the altered lengths of the fingers. A trackball is a customer-selectable option, at added cost. As well, for all Maltron two-handed keyboards, additionally including the Type J and the Executive, an another keyboard blueprint is inbuilt, with a key installed to about-face amid the two. Maltron keyboards are electrically accordant with IBM PC keyboards and Apple Macintosh keyboards, application either USB or PS/2 connectors; in the aboriginal 1990s, a DIN adapter was available, but has been discontinued

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